The Gallery application on my Android phone started to show a lot of black thumbnails. They also appeared in JustPictures!, the app I use the most to look at my pictures.
I tried several things to solve the issue, but nothing worked. Until I finally found SDrescan, which solved the problem. Apparently the Android thumbnail cache was pretty messed up, and SDrescan cleaned it up.
I wanted to ensure I use the proper fonts and colors when creating emails for the company I work for. We have a strong focus on visual identity and Office 2010 allows for creating custom Themes so that the right colors and fonts are used automatically, as this help-document from Microsoft explains.
I could not figure out how set this custom theme as default for Outlook 2010 however. While you can select the theme when creating a new message in the Options tab, there is no option to make the theme the default:
Finally I found a way to do this: in C:\Users\user\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates, a file NormalEmail.dotm stores the defaults for email messages. Ensure Outlook is closed, open the file in Word 2010, make the necessary changes (select the Theme and modify the Normal style to ensure the right font is used) and save the file.
Now Outlook will use this as default.